What is the cause of preeclampsia?

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 What is the cause of preeclampsia?





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Pregnancy is a normal stage that most women go through, and this stage goes through psychological and physical changes, including what the pregnant woman notices and some of which she does not notice. The face and feet; Favorite places. These changes may be caused by preeclampsia. What is preeclampsia? What is the cause of the injury? What are the symptoms associated with it?


Eclampsia

It is a disease that some women suffer from during pregnancy, and it occurs only during pregnancy, hence the name, mostly because the placenta does not work, so it is very high, high pressure, and a high percentage of protein in the urine. Preeclampsia second stage (fourth, fifth, month). six).


Among the main causes of preeclampsia:


  • The main cause of preeclampsia is still a mystery, but it is likely related to the placenta, which nourishes the baby and provides it with all the food and oxygen it needs, so the placenta is deficient in performing this function.
  • It is said that the reason is the presence of toxins in the mother's blood, which are transmitted to the fetus through the placenta.
  • According to research, the underlying causes of preeclampsia are poor nutrition, dysfunction of the mother's immune system, and inadequate blood supply from the mother to the fetus.
  • Hereditary factors: In most cases, women are more likely to become pregnant if the mother or the mother-in-law had pre-eclampsia during pregnancy.
  • Pregnant women are deficient in vitamins E and C and magnesium.
  • Diabetes in a pregnant woman.
  • Excessive weight of a pregnant woman before pregnancy.
  • Pregnancy with more than one fetus.
  • the age of the pregnant woman; The older a pregnant woman is over 40, the more likely she is to develop pre-eclampsia.
  • Usually high blood pressure before pregnancy.
  • Preeclampsia is a previous pregnancy.

Eclampsia


Some symptoms of preeclampsia may occur, such as 


  • Feeling of severe headache in the front of the head.
  • Severe swelling in the hands, legs, and face and noticeable weight gain.
  • blurred vision; A woman may feel a flash of light in front of her eyes, cannot focus, and cannot see things clearly.
  • General weakness, feeling unwell, and inability to perform normal daily activities.